It may be described as:
Unusual fatigue is often reported in the weeks leading up to a heart attack. Fatigue is also experienced just before the event occurs.
Feeling weak or shaky is a common acute symptom of a heart attack in a female.
Shortness of breath or heavy breathing without exertion, especially when accompanied by fatigue or chest pain, may suggest heart problems.
Excessive sweating without a normal cause is another common heart attack symptom in women.
These disturbances may involve: 1. difficulty getting to sleep 2.unusual waking throughout the night 3. feeling tired despite getting enough sleep
Age: Those aged 55 years or older are at greater risk of heart attack. This may be because hormones provide some protection from heart disease before menopause.